Dr. Jörn Richstein

Dr. Jörn Richstein
Research Associate
Climate Policy
Field(s) of work
Climate Policy
Key activities
  • Energy economics
  • Climate policy
  • EU ETS and reforms
  • Short-term electricity market design

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Aufsätze referiert extern - ISI (2018)

    Opening the black box of energy modelling: Strategies and lessons learned

    Stefan Pfenninger, Lion Hirth Ingmar Schlecht, Eva Schmid Frauke Wiese, Tom Brown, Chris Davis, Matthew Gidden, Heidi Heinrichs, Clara Heuberger, Simon Hilpert, Uwe Krien, Carsten Matke, Arjuna Nebel, Robbie Morrison, Berit Müller, Guido Pleßmann, Matthias Reeg, Jörn C. Richstein, Abhishek Shivakumar, Iain Staffell, Tim Tröndle, Clemens Wingenbach
    Aufsätze referiert extern - ISI (2017)

    Simulating Climate and Energy Policy with Agent-Based Modelling: the Energy Modelling Laboratory (Emlab)

    Emile J. L. Chappin, Laurens J. de Vries, Joern C. Richstein, Pradyumna Bhagwat, Kaveri Iychettira, Salman Khan
    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2017)

    Project-Based Carbon Contracts: A Way to Finance Innovative Low-Carbon Investments

    Jörn Richstein
    Aufsätze referiert extern - ISI (2017)

    An Analysis of a Forward Capacity Market with Long-Term Contracts

    Pradyumna C. Bhagwat, Anna Marcheselli, Jörn Richstein, Emile J.L. Chappin, Laurens J. De Vries
    Aufsätze referiert extern - ISI (2017)

    Cross-Border Effects of Capacity Mechanisms in Interconnected Power Systems

    Pradyumna C. Bhagwat, Jörn Richstein, Emile J.L. Chappin, Kaveri K. Iychettira, Laurens J. De Vries

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag International Modeling Conference
    Seoul, Südkorea, 12.10.2016

    Carbon Pricing Models – Overview of Different Modelling Techniques
    Jörn Richstein

  • Vortrag 1st Workshop on Policy Design for a Climate-Friendly Materials Sector
    Brüssel, Belgien, 16.09.2016

    Project-Based Carbon Contracts : A Sketch
    Jörn Richstein

  • Vortrag Energy: Expectations and Uncertainty : 39th IAEE International Conference
    Bergen, Norwegen, 19.06.2016 - 22.06.2016

    The Impact of Risk Aversion on the European CO2 Emission Trade System
    Jörn Richstein, Laurens J. De Vries

  • Vortrag Brown Bag Seminar of the Sustainability Cluster: Comparison of Carbon Market Reforms with Risk Averse Power Producers
    Berlin, 26.05.2016

    Comparison of Carbon Market Reforms with Risk Averse Power Producers
    Jörn Richstein

  • CV - Short Version

    Dr. Jörn C. Richstein works as a research associate at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) and is associated with the Berlin Economics Research Associates Program (BERA).

    He pursued his PhD under the Erasmus Mundus Sustainable Energy Technologies and Strategies joint doctoral program (Erasmus Mundus SETS) mainly at the TU Delft (3 years) and the Comillas Pontifical University (1 year).

    Before starting his PhD research, he studied Business & Industrial Engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology where he graduated in 2011. In the course of his studies he spent time abroad at the Singapore Management University, gained work experience during industry internships and wrote his master thesis at the Rotterdam School of Management.

    Selected Publications

    Richstein, J.C., Chappin E.J., de Vries, L.J. (2014), Cross-border electricity market effects due to price caps in an emission trading system: An agent-based approach. Energy Policy (2014)

    Fagiani, R.; Richstein, J. C.; Hakvoort, R. & de Vries, L. J. (2014) The dynamic impact of carbon reduction and renewable support policies on the electricity sector Utilities Policy , 2014, 28, 28 - 41

    Richstein, Jörn Constantin, Emile J.L. Chappin, and Laurens J. de Vries. (2015). Adjusting the CO2 Cap to Subsidised RES Generation: Can CO2 Prices Be Decoupled from Renewable Policy? Applied Energy, 2015, 156, 693–702

    Richstein, Jörn Constantin, Émile J L Chappin, and Laurens J de Vries. (2015), The Market (in-)Stability Reserve for EU Carbon Emission Trading: Why It Might Fail and How to Improve It. Utilities Policy, 2015, 35, 1–18